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Prep Your Landscape for a Summer Backyard Bash
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Spotted Lanternflies Predators
Because spotted lanternfly fly is an invasive species, there are a handful of natural predators here in the U.S. like chickens, praying mantis, squirrels, and bats. Get your full list of spotted lanternfly predators here.
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Plant Health Care
What Should I Do with My Trees in a Drought?
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Insect & Disease Issues
Diplodia Tip Blight On Pines
Diplodia fungus causes the tips of your pine needles to turn brown and mostly occurs during the growing season from March through October. Ways to treat diplodia tip blight is first by keeping your pine and evergreens healthy and properly irrigated throughout the year. Learn more.
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Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Landscaping Ideas To Make Your New Home Your Own
Need help adding a personal touch to your new landscape? Keep on reading!
Winter Tree Damage
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Prevent Ice Damage On Trees
How can you help prevent ice damage to trees? Learn more here
How To Get Rid Of Lanternflies
Insect & Disease Issues
Do Spotted Lanternflies Die In Winter?
Does cold weather kill spotted lanternfly? Yes, but only the grown-ups. The eggs survive the winter and create the whole vicious cycle all over again come springtime. Understanding the SLF life cycle is key!
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Tree Identification
Do I Have a Winterberry Holly?
Learn how to identify a Winterberry Holly by its leaf, fruit, and bark. Winterberry Holly can grow in zones 3-9 and prefers acidic soil. The shrub needs at least 4 and up to 6 hours of uninterrupted sunlight per day and blooms in late spring.
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